18 November 2010, Warsaw, joint conference was organized with Centre for Europe University of Warsaw on: Development and Democracy in Asia: Indian and China Experiences – Quest for Europe. – Professor Dariusz Milczarek, Director of Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw and Dr Jakub Zajączkowski, chairperson of the Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies, Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw innagurated the program. The joint conference was concluded after Dr Bogusław Zaleski (Centre for Contemporary India research and Studies, IIR, UW) Dr Jakub Zajączkowski (Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies, IIR UW) Prof. Bogdan Góralczyk (Centre for Europe UW) gave the final remarks on the papers presented and discussed.
– Political and economic factors determining the development of the China and India
– Democratization vs. Development – A Case of India
– Vernacularization of Indian Democracy
– Development models of China and India after economic crisis: success or failure?
– Development aid as an instrument of external policy – theoretical aspect
– China or Indian model of democracy and development: more suitable for developing countries
Results of Activity:
– spreading knowledge about problems of developmental model
– building network of excellence between researchers form India and Europe
– promoting project and CCIRS, increase visibility of the project and CCIRS